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n80"Please explain bi-amping in this context."
Biamplification requires the installation, implementation, and use of two distinct, separate, individual stereo amplIfiers or alternatively the use of four active stages of amplification that could be achieved with the use of multiple monophonic amplifiers or combination of such amplifiers with stereo amplifiers and in such implementations it could very likely be necessary, required, or mandatory to have two pairs of stereo outputs from the preamplifier used in the Music Reproduction System.
I have a Levinson Reference No. 32 preamp (no longer in use, loaned to a friend). I use to use two outputs--one to the main two-channel amplifiers, the other went to an ambient sound synthesizer that fed four smaller speakers set up to the side and rear of the room.
That is a less common use than for subwoofers. Most linestages can accommodate two outputs--whether by having two sets of jacks or use of a splitter--and there should be no problems with significant sonic degradation.